I love fall, because all of the candle companies start coming out with their amazing seasonal scents. Here are some of the best fall candles to make your home smell delicious, cozy and oh-so-inviting.
Tired of typical art prints in basic poster frames? Think outside the box… or frame in this case. Any object that you find to be of beauty can easily be turned into an artful masterpiece to adorn your wall.
The essential oil family can do much more than simply deodorize a room. When you’re thinking about what elements are part of the décor of any space, smell should be considered an integral component.
If you don’t have a huge budget for decorating, that doesn’t mean you have to come home to the same exact surroundings every single day. If you’re bored with how your home looks, change it! It doesn’t take that much effort, and it doesn’t even have to cost any money unless you want it to.
As a new year begins, it’s not unusual to look ahead to see what’s coming down the pike. Professional trend watchers do it to make a living, but most people just what to know what’s hot and what’s not. Three designers gave us their take on this year’s design trends.
Do you stick with a one-size-fits-all company that does a little bit of everything, or do you take your business to a few specialty shops who focus on what they do best? If you prefer the latter, take a look at Photofiddle.
I started with a few purchases, and now I love collecting vintage and retro items. I don’t stick to any particular decade or era; I just go by instinct and choose what I think will go well with what I already have. Nowadays I buy all kinds of stuff, not just for decoration, but also for use.
There are still people who shy away from using slip covers because they remember the ill-fitting stretchy ones that used to protect grandma’s furniture. However, those old memories shouldn’t stop you from taking advantage of the decorating possibilities slipcovers offer.
Sometimes when you walk into a house, you get a good feeling from your surroundings; other times you’re noticeably uncomfortable or agitated, and you just can’t put your finger on the reason for your discomfort.
There seems to be some recent backlash against the de-cluttering phenomenon. Instead of just throwing everything away indiscriminately, we’re starting to make a deeper analysis of what we need to keep and what we need to discard. But how to make those decisions?